The KWPN stallion Kjento displayed exceptional performance during the Light Tour selection for Jumping Amsterdam. The Negro son secured a commanding victory with an impressive score of 76.69% at the sub-top competition in Delft. This achievement earned the two-time world champion, bred by the Van Os family from Sprang-Capelle, a well-deserved ticket to Jumping Amsterdam.

Making his debut in the Prix St Georges in Delft, Kjento, a son of Negro (out of Zoriana elite pref prest IBOP-dres PROK by Jazz), showcased his prowess in the dressage arena. Having been crowned world champion in both 2021 and 2022, the horse demonstrated his consistent excellence.

Dutch sporthorses worldwide
This accomplishment highlights the success of KWPN-bred horses at various international levels in dressage, show jumping, and eventing. The weekly recognition of international winners serves to spotlight these horses and their breeders. In the dressage category, achievements are noted from Grand Prix level in a CDI3*, while for jumping, the recognition begins at 1.50m in a CSI3*. Eventing winners are acknowledged across all levels. The sportive overview of the past ten days provides insight into the top 10 results of KWPN horses in various disciplines.

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Photo: Dirk Caremans

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